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Fri Mar 21 17:06:24 2014 UTClccn-n851859580.00A quarter centennial history, 1882-19070.811.00Official handbook for the use of students, Los Angeles state normal school167793317n 851859581751235California. State Normal School, Los AngelesKalifornie. State Normal School, Los AngelesLos Angeles Normal School (Calif.)Los Angeles Normal School (Kalifornie)Los Angeles State Normal School (Calif.)Los Angeles State Normal School (Kalifornie)containsVIAFID/152512075University of California (1868-1952). Southern Branchlccn-no2003006960Davis, Benjamin Marshall1867-1953lccn-n50045521Los Angeles Public Librarync-c c pierce & coC.C. Pierce & Conc-university of california los angelesUniversity of California, Los Angeleslccn-n2005085557Open Content Alliancelccn-nr00014354Bible Institute of Los Angeleslccn-n79066210University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignLibrarync-munsey photoMunsey Photonc-california$commission of immigration and housingCaliforniaCommission of Immigration and Housingnp-johnston, a jJohnston, A. J.bkpState Normal School, Los Angeles (Calif.)YearbooksPeriodicalsEconomicsState Normal School, Los Angeles (Calif.)IllinoisFinance, PublicEconomics--ResearchCalifornia--Los AngelesStudentsHomebound instructionEnglish language--Study and teachingCaliforniaEducationTeachersEducation--CurriculaAlabama CollegeTeachers collegesNatural history--Study and teaching (Higher)Calvin CollegeNature studyDePauw UniversitySchoolsLaw schoolsCollege student newspapers and periodicalsHome schoolingAmericanizationConstruction and demolition debrisUniversity of California, Los AngelesBuilding sitesLos Angeles Public LibraryWomen immigrantsEnglish language--Study and teaching--Foreign speakersCollege studentsRabbit huntingSanta Barbara State Normal SchoolTeachers--Training ofStreetsParksSeverance, Caroline M. Seymour--(Caroline Maria Seymour),Fresno State CollegeCalifornia--Los Angeles--Boyle HeightsEducation, Elementary--Study and teachingCalifornia--San DiegoCalifornia--Los Angeles--HollywoodOutdoor recreationSierra ClubLeisureUniversity of California, BerkeleySproul, Robert Gordon,California State Polytechnic College (San Luis Obispo)California--Los Angeles RegionCanals188418861893189618991901190419051907190819111913191519171918192319251557590658HF5011123ocn679915619com0.73ExponentYearbooks92ocn770818987com0.92Los Angeles State Normal School magazine53ocn050587049serial0.98State Normal School, Los Angeles (Calif.)[Announcements]43ocn760945058serial0.95University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign campus)BulletinPeriodicals41ocn010929428book19130.81State Normal School, Los Angeles (Calif.)Souvenir program, laying of corner stone, Los Angeles state normal school31ocn010929436book19151.00State Normal School, Los Angeles (Calif.)Official handbook for the use of students, Los Angeles state normal school21ocn786310950com19170.97CaliforniaReport on an experiment made in Los Angeles in the summer of 1917 for the Americanization of foreign-born women21ocn012739678serial1.00State Normal School, Los Angeles (Calif.)Library handbook21ocn015565260serial1.00The Normal outlookPeriodicals21ocn010684894serial0.92State Normal School, Los Angeles (Calif.)Annual catalog11ocn263164811mix1.00State Normal School, Los Angeles (Calif.)Register of students, 1882-191411ocn263164810mix1.00State Normal School, Los Angeles (Calif.)Publications11ocn058856195book1896State Normal School, Los Angeles (Calif.)The teacher and the school : or, School economy : outlines, directions, and references : a basis for lectures and talks given by the principle to the senior classes in the State Normal School, Los Angeles, California11ocn077813380book1.00State Normal School, Los Angeles (Calif.)Bulletin, 1890-191611ocn263163854mix1.00State Normal School, Los Angeles (Calif.)Minutes of meetings of the Board of Trustees11ocn263164819mix1.00State Normal School, Los Angeles (Calif.)Minutes of meetings of faculty and administrative committees11ocn263164817mix1.00State Normal School, Los Angeles (Calif.)Financial records11ocn228682746serialState Normal School, Los Angeles (Calif.)Biennial report11ocn263167966mix1.00State Normal School, Los Angeles (Calif.)Scrapbook by Harriet C. Dunn and Alice C. Hummel11ocn058856191book1904State Normal School, Los Angeles (Calif.)Report on kindergarten instruction and kindergarten departments in normal schools183ocn008412550book19070.93State Normal School, Los Angeles (Calif.)The Los Angeles State Normal School : a quarter centennial history, 1882-1907HistoryDirectories133ocn679733243com0.92State Normal School, Los Angeles (Calif.)Normal exponentYearbooks92ocn681710543com19010.93Davis, Benjamin MarshallNature study in the Los Angeles State NormalOutlines, syllabi, etc53ocn038964348serial0.86State Normal School, Los Angeles (Calif.)Annual catalog of the State Normal School at Los Angeles for the school year ending ..., and circular forPeriodicals32ocn021685107book18991.00State Normal School, Los Angeles (Calif.)Rules and regulations of the school21ocn058880357book1907State Normal School, Los Angeles (Calif.)A quarter centennial history, 1882-1907History21ocn213809742serial1.00State Normal School, Los Angeles (Calif.)Report of trustees of State Normal School, Los AngelesPeriodicals11ocn270744505visu19230.10State Normal School/LAPL Central Library construction siteView during the demolition stage of several buildings including the Los Angeles State Normal School, which were located on 5th Street, prior to construction of LAPL's Central Library. Photo dated: April 1, 192311ocn589235883visu19251.00Forbes, A. S. C[Photograph album of early Los Angeles]HistoryPhotographsAlbum belonging to Mrs. A.S.C. Forbes of Los Angeles, containing 87 black & white photographs documenting the early history and development of the city of Los Angeles11ocn740894525mix0.47Williams, Robert JDr. Robert J. Williams California State Normal Schools collectionArchivesPrinted catalogs, bulletins, announcements and reports on the State Normal Schools in California from 1881-1930. Included in these materials are Board of Trustee and Campus Presidents' Reports to the Governor, curriculum requirements, class schedules, budgets, and special announcements concerning a variety of local campus subjects. The collection also has printed material on the University of California, Berkeley, College of Agriculture and Columbus High School, Columbus, Indiana11ocn869565750mix1886Reeve, Sidney BWhere we are located, on the globe & State Normal School, Los Angeles, Cal. Notes, sketches, etc. and letterThis manuscript provides information concerning the State Normal School in Los Angeles, which was located at the southwest corner of Charity Street (renamed Grand Street in 1887) and Fifth Street. This manuscript includes three main sections. The first section titled, "Where We Are Located," is derived from a Los Angeles Daily Herald article which was originally published on May 24, 1889. This section describes the precise geographic coordinates of the State Normal School in Los Angeles. The second section is titled, "State Normal School. January 23, 1886," and this portion details the grading of the grounds for this building's lot. The third section is titled, "Normal School at Los Angeles, Cal." This third section briefly describes the origin of the Normal School in Los Angeles. In 1881, the California State Legislature established the school as a branch of the State Normal School of San JoseĢ. The school opened on August 29, 188211ocn270744509visu19230.10State Normal School/LAPL Central Library construction siteView during the demolition stage of several buildings including the Los Angeles State Normal School, which were located on 5th Street, prior to construction of LAPL's Central Library. Photo dated: April 1, 192311ocn270744498visu0.10Munsey PhotoState Normal School from afar, view 3View 3: The State Normal School, located at Grand Avenue and 5th Street, as seen from an undisclosed area. Because the school sat impressively on the last knoll of Bunker Hill, aptly dubbed "Normal Hill", there were two ways to get to the main entrance: either taking the long and winding driveway located on the left side, or a long flight of stairs on the right (neither visible in this shot). The beautiful brick building had numerous tall windows all around, several chimneys, gabled dormers, a tower with a balcony and ornate grill, a set of stairs on either side leading to the main doors, and beautiful landscaping all around. Here, several trees block the view of the bottom of the hill where the main gate was located. After the demolition of this structure, 5th Street was straightened and the remainder of the site was eventually occupied by the L.A. Public Library11ocn031695417mix19911.00Lloyd, James WheelerUCLA student leaders James W. LloydInterviewsLloyd discusses his childhood and schooling in Hollywood, Calif., and then his matriculation and activities at UCLA11ocn270744500visu0.10State Normal School, eastern faceCloser view of the State Normal School, located at Grand Avenue and 5th Street. Because the school sat impressively on the last knoll of Bunker Hill, aptly dubbed "Normal Hill", there were two ways to get to the main entrance: either taking the long and winding driveway located on the left side, or a long flight of stairs on the right (neither visible in this shot). The beautiful brick building had numerous tall windows all around, several chimneys, gabled dormers, a tower with a balcony and ornate grill, a set of stairs on either side leading to the main doors, and beautiful landscaping all around. Here, clusters of students can be seen on the balcony, going up the stairway, and scattered around the grounds. After the demolition of this structure, 5th Street was straightened and the remainder of the site was eventually occupied by the L.A. Public Library11ocn270743507visu0.10Munsey PhotoState Normal School from afar, view 1View 1: The State Normal School, located at Grand and 5th Street, as seen from an undisclosed area. Because the school sat impressively on the last knoll of Bunker Hill, aptly dubbed "Normal Hill", there were two ways to get to the main entrance: either taking the long and winding driveway located on the left side, or a long flight of stairs on the right (neither visible in this shot). The beautiful brick building had numerous tall windows all around, several chimneys, gabled dormers, a tower with a balcony and ornate grill, a set of stairs on either side leading to the main doors, and beautiful landscaping all around. Here, several trees block the view of the bottom of the hill where the main gate was located. After the demolition of this structure, 5th Street was straightened and the remainder of the site was eventually occupied by the L.A. Public Library11ocn025139155book0.47The Normal index : vol. 1, no. 2, November, 1885, [and vol. 2, no. 5, December, 1886]11ocn079078910visu1.00Shepardson familyShepardson family photograph collectionPeriodicalsPhotographsPortraitsPictorial worksPhotographs show the Everett Shepardson family, their homes, co-workers, the Los Angeles State Normal School (where Everett Shepardson taught), family outings and vacations. Mainly southern California views, including Riverside, Los Angeles, Dr. Kate Shepardson Black's ranch in Burbank, Yosemite, Mt. Wilson, Mt. Lowe, etc. Includes some photographs from Sierra Club trips as well as family trips. Also includes views of the University of California South Branch (UCLA) and Pomona College11ocn270744507visu18000.10State Normal School, front viewFront view of the State Normal School, located at Grand and 5th Street; the view is looking southwest. The scarce landscaping on the property and young saplings suggests that the school was fairly new at the time the image was taken11ocn272397209visu0.10State Normal School lithographPhotographic print of a lithograph of the State Normal School, located at Grand and 5th Street. Because the school sat impressively on the last knoll of Bunker Hill, the hill was aptly dubbed "Normal Hill". The beautiful brick building had numerous tall windows all around, several chimneys, gabled dormers, a tower with a balcony and ornate grill, a set of stairs on either side leading to the main doors, and beautiful landscaping all around. After the demolition of this structure, 5th Street was straightened and the remainder of the site was eventually occupied by the L.A. Public LibraryFri Mar 21 16:08:03 EDT 2014batch21423